We are excited to be raising $15,454 for Seven Mornings Farm to purchase and install a large chicken coop for their egg laying flock of chickens. This request will cover the cost of materials and enable the farm to house more birds, protect them from predators and weather, and improve their quality of life. Located in Carroll County, Seven Mornings is owned by Pauline Thiessen, our Fresh Foods Manager and one of our two women only owned farms. She co-operates the farm with her partner Justin Rescorl, and together they raise cage free eggs for our Co-Op and Atlas restaurant, grow a homestead garden, and manage an orchard. Thanks for helping us support this growing farm business!Donate at the registers!
Grown Safe herb and vegetable plants are only $1 for members! Located in Sedan, Kansas, these plant starters are grow with no harmful pesticides, using healthy soil and local skilled growers to bring these healthy varieties to you!Learn more
Our reusable container program is back up and running! Shop sustainably in our bulk section or bring your own reusable cup to the taproom. Customers who bring in their own reusable mugs will receive a discount on our drip coffee and refills!Click here to see how!
Download the Spring Co-Op news now! It’s all about sustainability for the spring season and upcoming additions to your Co-Op! Pick up a copy in-store or view the digital version on our website at the link below!Click here to read!
It’s always a good time visiting our friends at Tri Cycle Farms! We have been working with them for almost a decade now to coordinate different projects, cooking classes and community events. We donate 300lbs of organic chicken feed every month for their chickens, and we could not be happier to watch these beautiful birds grow and live happy and healthy lives on the farm. There’s so many ways to volunteer with Tri Cycle, so check out their website below for more info on how to get involved!Learn how to volunteer
Please join us for our upcoming board meetings on June 22nd, July 27th, August 24th, September 28th, and October 26th at 6:30pm. The meetings will be held virtually over Zoom and are open to all active members of the Co-Op.Meeting link
We are excited to announce our partnership with Food Loops to offer sustainable solutions for reducing food waste. This has been in the works for quite some time now, and we are proud to say that over 50% of our kitchen packaging and all of our taproom packaging is commercially compostable! We are the first grocery store in NWA to begin a comprehensive food waste/compostable products and recycling program for the back AND front of house!
RED Co-Op labels on our kitchen items indicate it can be composted.
BLACK Co-Op labels on our kitchen items need to be disposed of in the trash.
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Carroll County, Arkansas
Mark Cain began farming in 1978 with wisdom passed down from his grandparent’s generation. The farm grows a variety of organic vegetables, culinary herbs, and specialty cut flowers.Read More
Washington County, Arkansas
Guy Ames was part of the back-to the-land counterculture of the 1970s and began creating his farming legacy in 1980. With no family history of farming, Guy is a self-taught farmer that fell in love with the Ozarks. Ames’ Orchard & Nursery grows certified naturally grown pears, apples, grapes, and berries. They are passionate about empowering others to grow their own pesticide free, high-quality fruit.Read More
Eureka Springs, AR
Sycamore Bend Farm was started in 2009 and grows a wide variety of vegetables. In addition to providing delicious organic produce, Sycamore Bend Farm provides jobs to local people within our community.Read More